Two families of repatriates have difficult to get back their land in Rumonge commune
Two families who have repatriated from Tanzania on August 24th, 2007 have no where to shelter and settled in front of the offices of the Rumonge commune, in Bururi province. They were repatriated from the Lugufi refugee camp in Tanzania. Having nowhere to go, they contacted the communal administrator so that he can help them to get their land or otherwise give them a new land.
The first family is that of Amuri Alphonse, with his two wives, Nifasha Ildegonde and Kabura Edness, and their 8 children. The next family is that of Gaposho Jean and his wife, Ciza Hélène. Both families say that their parents fled in Tanzania in 1972 where they were born.